No matter what a company is exporting or to where it is exporting to, generally a certain amount of paperwork is involved and the documentation required varies depending on what is being exported and to where. This can sometimes present difficulties for exporters whether they are experienced or doing so for the first time
In Ireland, the only official designated authorities for the issue of certificates of origin are the local Chambers. This service is available to all businesses in Ireland at a reasonable cost.
At present, there are 41 local Chambers in Ireland that are legally approved to authorise EU certificates and Arab certificates of origin.
Why do you need export documentation?
A certificate of origin is a document that proves the place of growth, production and manufacture of goods and is required by most countries to:
Meet customs requirements in the importing state;
Show evidence of proof of origin to claim preferential rates;
Meet ‘quota’ requirements imposed by the importing country;
Comply with banking requirement (when payment is by letter of credit)
For further information please contact Brian on:
T: 056 7752767
There is an on-line facility for processing both EC and Arab Certificates of Origin and other export documentation. This facility is provided in association with TradeCert.com and enables our customers, after purchasing the certificates from our office, to print out Certificates of Origin with the Kilkenny Chamber stamp. Using this system negates the need to bring your certificates to our office and means certificates can be easily edited in the event of mistakes being made.
To avail of our export documentation services:
Complete on Indemnity Form and return it to Kilkenny Chamber, The Maltings, Tilbury Place, Kilkenny